Secure by Design – Building Security into Your Food Traceability Framework (Supply Chain Cybersecurity)

Exploring practical ways to build cyber security into food traceability frameworks along domestic and international supply chains


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Food and agriculture supply chains are particularly vulnerable to cybersecurity threats and attacks because they are essential products. Cyber-attacks are increasing in their complexity and frequency, and even when your business is protected by sophisticated security you can’t be certain all your suppliers have the same level of protection.

This webinar discusses ways companies can avoid or reduce the most common cyber security incidents, and explores practical ways to for companies of all sizes to build cyber security considerations into the design of their food traceability frameworks.

Join us to hear from leading experts in this field
Anurag Singh Director Joint Cyber Security Centre – Melbourne & Tasmania, will talk about the Centre’s Small Business Cyber Security Guide – developed to help small businesses protect themselves from the most common cyber security incidents.

Leon Fouche National Leader of Cyber Security BDO Australia, will discuss BDO’s recent report, Cyber security threats – are we prepared, a threat-based assessment of the cyber resilience of the Australian agricultural sector.

Professor Robin Doss Research Director of the Centre for Cyber Security Research & Innovation (CSRI) Deakin University, will describe a structured approach for businesses wanting to build cyber security into their food traceability framework.

Reeanjou Ram, CEO and founder iTRAZO, will outline their cyber defence measures and how secure by design is being implemented. Reeanjou utilizes her innovative vision to challenge the conventional business model to pave the way for a promising future for digital traceability.

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Nov 23 2021


6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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